Basically, it's a good, solid, atmospherically war-like game; until you look like a prat that is. As soon as I was to play the game, I had to connect my headset in order to instruct my troops, orderly. But, if your an average, non-24/7 gamer, I'd expect an option of mouse use - though, seemingly, this game's entire obnoxious essence is you shouting at the T.V. screen to move your army forward.
Other than that ludicrous problem, the gameplay is pretty great and everything is viewable: allowing you to see your soldier's precisely ordered attacks. Online play is adequate and pretty much identical to the campaign mode - making it easier to handle.
So, evidently, this game doesn't bode well with the norm: few reviews and poorly compulsory interface. I wouldn't recommend if you are similar to my likings. But if your a fanatical gamer, this would be ideal for you.